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Sixth Anniversary Celebration

June 17, 2023 @ 11:00 am - 10:00 pm



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Six years already?! From our humble beginnings at the Lincoln Warehouse, to growing into our Hamilton taproom, to opening our Muskego facility just as the world was closing, what a wild and wonderful ride it’s been.  We would not be where we are without you, so we’re throwing a big ass party to say thanks!

Important Info:

  • This is an all-ages event – bring the whole family!
  • $5 entrance fee for 21+, under 21 are free of charge.
  • Anyone under 21 MUST be accompanied by a 21+ guest – NO EXCEPTIONS!
  • This is a rain or shine event.
  • Tickets are non-refundable.


We will have a shuttle running between the Hamilton and Muskego taprooms to ensure our Milwaukee friends can get to and from the party safely!
The shuttle will leave Hamilton at approximately:
10:30am * 12:00pm * 2:30pm * 4:00pm * 6:00pm * 7:30pm * 9:30pm
The ride is approximately 30 minutes, and the return trip will leave Muskego approximately 30 minutes after unloading passengers.
Feel free to snag some drinks at Hamilton and bring them with you on the shuttle!  Purchase is not required to ride, but of course is highly recommended!

Beer Releases


6th Anniversary Stave Blend * 16%

A 24 hour boil imperial stout aged 27 months, first in Elijah Craig barrels for two years, then finished in Rittenhouse Rye barrels.  Barrels 21-24, 21-26, 21-28, 21-31.

Fuzz Lord * 15%

Barrel-aged barleywine, first for 12 months in bourbon barrels, then for seven months in peach brandy barrels.

Thai Latte (Draft Only) * ~16%

Barrel-aged stout with coffee, cardamom, and coconut cream.


Cabo Kooler * 5%

Inspired by an iconic soda flavor that pairs perfectly with that late night taco fix, this newest addition to the Kooler lineup blasts you with fruity flavors of citrus, mango, and berry! It’s a hard seltzer but kooler!


Parkle-Berry Kooler (Draft Only) * 5%

Our sweetest Kooler yet with just a touch of tart.  A perfectly pink concoction of strawberry, citrus, and banana puree.


Four Variations of Bowie’s

Bowie’s Space Suit * 8%

New England IPA with Galaxy and Citra hops.

DDH Bowie’s Southern Hemisphere * 8%

Double Hazy IPA with Citra, Galaxy, Riwaka, Motueka, and Vic Secret hops.

Bowie’s Super Nova * 10%

Triple Hazy IPA with Citra and Galaxy hops as well as Citra and Galaxy Spectrum.

Bowie’s Moon Boots * 8%

Double Hazy IPA with Citra and Galaxy hops, vanilla soft serve, and certified color.


Spirit Release

Port Cask-Finished Bourbon * 120 proof

Our six year bourbon finished in both white and red port casks for over a year, bottled at cask strength


Music Lineup


Allison Mahal * 12:00pm – 1:15pm

For Allison Mahal, life is like a room full of mirrors reflecting on life, family, creativity, and community. Raised in Chicago and nurtured by Nashville, she has spent years writing her inner narrative, and is ready to share it. Mahal’s silvery vocals spring from a deep well of admiration for her female songwriting heroes like Brandi Carlile, Carole King, and Sara Bareilles. Many hours spent at the piano in her childhood home playing their songs helped to shape her performative confidence and vulnerable yet universal lyricism. She was recently featured on NPR Music as well as American Songwriter. Her debut album “Not Over This Yet” is being released in May through Tone Tree Music. Allison’s live sets are rich with harmonies, insightful lyricism and good vibes.

Billy Bronsted & The Loot * 1:45pm – 3:00pm

Billy Bronsted and the Loot are a Progressive Americana trio from central Wisconsin. He and percussionist John Kneipp were both born and raised in Tomahawk, WI, where their love for music was definitely thought of as “unique.” Growing up in Tomahawk instilled strong values of hard work and the importance of family, grounding them and shaping the way they walk through their lives. Their sound reflects this peaceful upbringing; there is a characteristic storytelling and writing style that is second nature to them. The duo’s raw and aggressive percussion mixed with Bronsted’s diverse acoustic playing styles pulls the listener back through time. Their albums evoke the milieu of the backwoods, where campfire strumming sets the tone for well-crafted narratives. In 2008. Billy and John recorded their first series of demos as a duo with friends. Billy found himself working on multiple projects,  honing his talents and building his reputation in close collaboration with David Blessent, with whom he founded projects such as Linus and the Lute and One Strong Army. During this period, Bronsted crossed paths with many of his current collaborators.

Dennis Caravello * 3:30pm – 5:00pm

Dennis Caravello has a sound steeped in roots music and while his approach to songwriting stays true to most things modern, it is the music of yesterday that continues to fuel his craft. Dennis was born and raised just northwest of Chicago and now resides in Nashville, Tennessee. Growing up, Dennis took to music rather quickly. At the age of six he’d taken up guitar lessons and has since had trouble spending much time away from the instrument. As he neared the end of his days as a student at Rolling Meadows High School, he would be reintroduced to the blues and it has since had the greatest influence on his playing. Dennis attended Columbia College Chicago for two years where his love for blues, jazz, country and soul music continued to grow. In 2013 he chose to take a step away from school to take a deeper dive into song craft. After spending a handful of years performing in and around Chicago and its surrounding suburbs, Dennis decided to relocate to Nashville in the summer of 2018. In March of 2019, “The Way It Is”, his first full-length body of work, was released independently.

Wire & Nail * 5:30pm – 7:00pm

Nothing better than a Saturday Night in a Northwoods Tavern. Longnecks & Shooters. Darts & Pool. Romance & Good times. Wire & Nail. This tight combo from Milwaukee loves nothing better than to supply the soundtrack. Equal parts Honky Tonk and Rock n Roll, Wire & Nail have the chops to keep the evening rolling. Loaded like shotgun, the band comes stacked with tight harmonies, great tone, an on point rhythm section and enough swagger to back it up. Like many of their influences, Wire & Nail strive to write and perform music that is genuine, enjoyable, and unapologetic.  Their sophomore EP, “Northwoods Rambler,” was released in late 2019.

dak duBois * 7:30pm-9:00pm

Blending flavors of modern indie pop, 70’s funk/soul, and psychedelia of the ’60s/’70s, dak duBois uses his intricately guitar-infused melodies and well-placed chilled-out pop vocals to unfold anecdotes of a blurred psyche within a changing dynamic of society.  dak duBois is the solo project of Milwaukee-based artist Dak Wright. His self-titled album was written, recorded, mixed, and mastered in his apartment-turned-studio and released in April 2023. He performs live shows with a rotating cast of local musicians (dak duBois &co), where sets bring high crowd engagement, funk-driven jammy overtones, and memory-worthy experiences filled with high-level crowd engagement.  dubois’ single, ‘portland’, premiered on Radio Milwaukee, and his album was applauded as an ‘imaginative, colorful exercise” by Milwaukee’s Breaking and Entering. dubois’ latest album is available on all streaming platforms.


June 17, 2023
11:00 am - 10:00 pm
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Eagle Park Brewing Muskego
S64 W15640 Commerce Center Pkwy
Muskego, WI 53150 United States
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